Wednesday 29 March 2023 · 12.30pm - 2.00pm


The rise of neurotechnology raises ethical, social, political, economic, and legal issues that span many areas of law, including human rights, privacy, criminal, contract, commercial, employment, consumer, mergers & acquisition, medical, technology, and digital. 

Neurotechnology can be part of a headset, wristband, helmet, computer gaming, cochlear and other brain implants. It can also be used to monitor or cognitively enhance workforce or treat various medical conditions.  

During this expert panel event we will aim to anticipate the challenges and opportunities of neurotechnology for the legal profession, covering: 

  • What is neurotechnology, where is it today and where is it heading? 
  • Are the current regulatory systems and human rights protections adequate? 
  • How can lawyers prepare for neurotechnological advances?

Event details

Date: Wednesday 29 March 2023
Time: 12.00pm – Webcast Login  
12.30pm – Welcome and Introductions  
12.35pm – Panel Discussion and Q&A  
2.00pm – Webcast Concludes   
Format: Online live and on-demand panel webcast
CPD: 1.5 Units, self-allocated
Cost: Member - complimentary
Non-member - $149
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Rosalind Croucher

Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM
President of the Australian Human Rights Commission
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Allan McCay

Dr Allan McCay
Academic Fellow, Sydney Law School, Deputy Director, Sydney Institute of Criminology
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Lesley Sutton

Lesley Sutton
Partner, Gilbert + Tobin 
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Frederic Gilbert

Associate Professor Frederic Gilbert PhD
Ethics Lab -Principal Lead, Head of Discipline - Philosophy & Gender Studies, School Of Humanities, College Of Arts, Law And Education, University of Tasmania
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Cassandra Banks

Cassandra Banks
President, the Law Society of NSW
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